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Aquaplan

Aquaplan
Country
Finland
Profile
Finnish band calling themselves a "progressively pop-heavy jazzfolk machine."
Website
http://www.aquaplan.org
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Releases on file (2)
Aquaplan — Old Waves, New Seas Aquaplan — Old Waves, New Seas
((Not on label) AQCD07 , 2007, CD)
Aquaplan — Paperimeri Aquaplan — Paperimeri
((Not on label) AQCD-03, 2003, CD)

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